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Who should get the psa screen for prostate cancer?
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In brief: Psa
Healthy men with greater than 10 years to live who.
Want to lower the chance of prostate cancer death.

In brief: Psa
Healthy men with greater than 10 years to live who.
Want to lower the chance of prostate cancer death.
Dr. Richard Sarle
Dr. Richard Sarle
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Dr. James Lin
Urology
In brief: Here is the update..
Psa usage for detecting prostate cancer has undergone drastic change, especially over the past 6-8 yrs, since its discovery in 1970.
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In brief: Here is the update..
Psa usage for detecting prostate cancer has undergone drastic change, especially over the past 6-8 yrs, since its discovery in 1970.
For the detail on how to use it, go to http://formefirst.Com/eprostate.Html and http://formefirst.Com/newauapsa.Html . Best wish...
Dr. James Lin
Dr. James Lin
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Dr. Steven Ginsberg
Internal Medicine - Hematology & Oncology
In brief: Not sure
This topic is hotly debated among health care providers and there is no consensus on screening.
If there are symptoms of prostate problems, or an examination shows an enlarged or irregular prostate, a psa should be done. Otherwise, there is no clear consensus on routine psa screening, though it is not generally recommended before the age of 50.

In brief: Not sure
This topic is hotly debated among health care providers and there is no consensus on screening.
If there are symptoms of prostate problems, or an examination shows an enlarged or irregular prostate, a psa should be done. Otherwise, there is no clear consensus on routine psa screening, though it is not generally recommended before the age of 50.
Dr. Steven Ginsberg
Dr. Steven Ginsberg
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2 comments
Dr. Richard Sarle
I have to not agree....American urology association guidelines and American cancer society advises screening in pts with family history of prostate cancer BEFORE age 50 !
Dr. Steven Ginsberg
Sorry about the omission. I agree that family history is a risk factor that requires earlier screening. Thanks!
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